Tyreek Hill Mandatory Credit: Katie Stratman-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill and his blazing speed have wowed NFL fans but his pursuit on the track wowed the sports world on Saturday.

Hill just torched through the 60-meter dash at the USA Track & Field Masters Indoor Championships. The All-Pro wide receiver clocked a ridiculous 6.70 in the race to win it in grand style.

USATF’s Twitter account posted a video of the race, in which Tyreek jumps off the mat.

Hill can add this accolade to his swelling list. He won Super Bowl LIV as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2020.

After the video of the big race was posted, the sports world wasn’t short on reaction.

Vic Tafur of The Athletic was in awe of the warmup jump.

All that Washington Post reporter Nicki Jhabvala could do was laugh.

Former NFL player and current football coach Gerald Alexander posted a hilarious video alongside a tweet, “Playing 1/4s coverage on Reek knowing you ain’t got no help on that post.”

CJ Fogler rightly claimed that “‘won’ undersells this so much.”

“Bro doing side quests,” one fan tweeted.


Another fan said that Hill “makes fast people look, not fast.”

Tyreek Hill is already a menace for NFL defensive players. On Saturday, track stars quickly found out exactly what all of them have to deal with on a regular basis every fall and winter.


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